fondling : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the genital organs)
- v touch or stroke lightly in a loving or endearing manner
- Silent and uncommunicative, she lay on her hospital bed fondling a shiny, new doll, fingering with reverence a holy picture pinned on her pillow.
- Then it will weigh the case of Illinois Democrat Gus Savage, accused of fondling an unwilling Peace Corps volunteer during a March trip to Zaire.
- Young men with crew cuts still loiter in bars, fondling Filipina and Russian women, or paying for lap dances.
- Stella Walsh in CNN
It's a lot more fun fondling feathers, but, the whole point is to learn about the data and be able to do something with it that is going to have an impact,Walsh said.
- Jasmine Lennard in Mirror.co.uk
Speaking of Cowell's frolic while on the phone on Tuesday, a friend of Jasmine said: "The pair were in the garden and she was at least half-naked or possibly more. He was fondling her while he talked to Terri on the phone about the builders working...
- George Steinbrenner in Spreadit
The team's co-owner Hal Steinbrenner stated that the singer is permanently banned from the team's clubhouse after "boozy antics," which included "swigging whiskey and repeatedly fondling her boobs."